After an enforced absence of two years due to the pandemic, Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club will once again be holding their popular Classic Car show at Scolton Manor.
All types of classic vehicles will be on display from the 1920s right through to the modern era, including some very fine American cars.
Not to be outdone, there will be motorcycles, commercial vehicles, military vehicles, tractors and also stationary engines on display. Teifi valley motor club will have a Rally Car display, and Narberth Motor Cycle Club are also having a static display of motocross and trials motor bikes. It is hoped that around 350 exhibits will be on display.
Besides the vehicles, there will also be further attractions for the whole family to enjoy, including a model display courtesy of West Wales Model boats, childrens rides, car boot sale, auto jumble, together with various craft and trade stalls. Charity stalls from Paul Sartori, Wales Air Ambulance, and Belles Story will be in attendance.
No one needs to go hungry as there will be various food outlets serving hot and cold food and drinks, together with ice-cream. To keep everyone safe and sound, St. John’s Ambulance will be in attendance.
The Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club is going from strength to strength, with a record membership of over 160. A pre-drawn raffle will be held on the day run by members of the club.
Hopefully the weather will be kinder than the last show held in 2019, enabling a good public attendance and therefore great amounts to be donated to this years chosen charities, Paul Sartori, Wales Air Ambulance and Belle’s Story.
The ongoing success of the show is down to the hard work of the members, support from local businesses, the entrants, stallholders, car booters and finally to the public for attending in such numbers.
This year’s show is being held at Scolton Manor on the B4329 Haverfordwest to Cardigan Road on Sunday, June 12, open to the public from 10.30 am to 4 pm.
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